JOLIET, IL — Joliet Catholic Academy announced on Saturday that regular classes will be resuming for its high school students this fall. Joliet Catholic, like other schools across Illinois, shutdown its regular campus in March following the outbreak of the new coronavirus pandemic.
In Saturday's announcement posted on social media, JCA said its fall semester will begin in August at 1200 N. Larkin Ave.
"We are all anticipating returning to campus in the fall and are eager to celebrate school life together," announced principal Jeff Budz. "We are taking every possible health precaution and preparing for all scenarios.
"So, while normal may look a little different in the fall, we are excited to reunite safely with our JCA Angel and Hilltopper family."
To read JCA's news release, go here.